Newcastle Systems, on Fri, Sep 30, 2022
Many of today’s businesses rely on mobile workstation carts as an efficient and cost-effective automation solution to improve productivity. These energy-efficient workstations on wheels streamline operations in warehouses, manufacturing plants, food service operations, and retail stores, where they allow employees to use technology right where they work, improving accuracy and productivity.
The “future” of logistics seems to be approaching at lightning speed. All of the five- and ten-year plans and predictions we saw just a few short years ago are suddenly being implemented as companies are scrambling to cope with never-ending supply chain challenges.
One doesn’t have to look further than today’s headlines to hear about how supply chain woes are impacting our global economy—not to mention the availability of the essential goods consumers rely on. As the Congressional Research Service explained:
Newcastle Systems, on Wed, Sep 07, 2022
The shipping and distribution industries have been feeling the squeeze of supply chain disruptions ever since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Shipping capacities have been pushed to the brink as shipping containers and distributors are in high demand.
Newcastle Systems, on Fri, Jun 17, 2022
Picking errors are the not-so-silent killer of warehouse productivity. All warehouses know that these mistakes are happening. But not enough businesses understand the gravity of the issue or know how to address it.
Nearly a century after inventory Alexander Graham Bell made the first telephone call in 1876, the first mobile call was accomplished. Since then, mobile technology has allowed us to stay in touch from anywhere.
In 2020, more businesses discovered the benefit of “cutting the cord” with their electric outlets and putting their devices and workstations on carts fitted with powerful batteries. Mobile Power gave them the benefit of bringing their devices to their work, rather than wasting footsteps and other movement.
Every kid in America,
Liked Christmas a LOT,
The warehouse team,
Who had to manage peak every year,
It could be their heads weren’t screwed on right,
It could be, perhaps, their shoes were too tight!
Christine Wheeler, on Fri, Aug 23, 2019
Beyond the mobile workstation, what you see in the hands of people on the move are iPads. In fact, because they are mobile in and of themselves does not mean it is complete. Far from it.